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Rack and Pinion Steering

A reader writes: Dear Ray: What exactly is rack and pinion steering? Thanks, — Claude Bawls Dear Claude Bawls: The steering rack, as it’s known in the parlance of the trade, is a long iron bar, flat on one side, with thin serrations, known as “teeth,” which run the entire length of the steering rack.…

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